Charlie Kuhn is the Co-Founder & CEO of Cultures of Dignity. He is a social educator, facilitator, and education consultant. After leaving the financial sector, Charlie began his work with young people by editing Masterminds & Wingmen, a groundbreaking NYT best-selling book on boys’ social lives for adults, and The Guide, a book specifically written to high school-aged boys. He currently consults with national and international school communities on school culture.
He has presented and consulted with a diverse group of schools and educational associations including; the American School of Paris, International School of Prague, Association for Middle-Level Educators, Game Developers Conference, American School Counselors Association, International School of Amsterdam’s ISA’s Centre for Development, Learning & Technology, Association for the Advancement of International Education, European Leauge of Middle Level Education and The United States Library of Congress.
In addition to his work at Cultures of Dignity, he also served as an advisor to the Boys School of Denver, Colorado and currently sits on the board of Attention Homes, a homeless shelter for teens and young adults in Boulder, Colorado. He is a member of the Global Shapers Initiative of the World Economic Forum; a network developed and led by young people between the ages of 20 and 33.